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  Reply # 651769 6-Jul-2012 11:23

You all should just stop trying so hard and be patient you geeks it will come when it comes there's no point trying to tune it in to a approved box because it will add its self when its being broadcast correctly.

P.S its not like your missing much its a crap channel anyways. 

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  Reply # 651833 6-Jul-2012 12:47 Send private message

Duddyx5: You all should just stop trying so hard and be patient you geeks it will come when it comes there's no point trying to tune it in to a approved box because it will add its self when its being broadcast correctly.

P.S its not like your missing much its a crap channel anyways. 


Agreed.  There's only one program I  watch on it. The program on Britain thru the stoneage..




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  Reply # 653317 10-Jul-2012 09:08 Send private message

Finally found this on my Digistar 811U - it is labelled as TV CH. Still no EPG, although I understood it was due today.

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  Reply # 653364 10-Jul-2012 10:13 Send private message

phrunt: I haven't seen any advertising for it... such a shame as its a decent channel, maybe once they get the satellite thing going properly there will be some ads somewhere.... i'm sure they would get a decent viewer base once they get noticed...

There have been full-page ads in recent issues of the TV Guide.  Still no EPG that I can see, but have watched a fishing show the other day which was entertaining.





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  Reply # 653723 10-Jul-2012 19:27 Send private message

I've just noticed that the full 8-day EPG is now working via satellite. Choice!







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  Reply # 653726 10-Jul-2012 19:35 Send private message

yep media center automatically picks it up now too


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